Akoose–English Dictionary


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wudntree used for its white wood, the bark was traditionally used for making walls of houses
wûdmewûd ?n9/6hard-wooded triplochiton, obeche,” ayous,” frakeTriplochiton scleroxylonSyn.nkom1 1
wudɛtɛɛideo1depicting sound of rain falling2expressive of moving very slowlyAkag wudɛtɛɛ nɛ̂ mod awě éesaá peme áte.He goes slowly like a man out of breath.
wúduduideo1slow movementAkag wúdudu nɛ̂ mod awě éesaá peme áte.He goes slowly like a man out of breath.2expressive of sound of rain falling
wulululuideodescriptive of abundant flow of liquidMeŋgəŋge mésoodɛ mwǎn á nsəl wulululu.Saliva is running out of the childʼs mouth.
wuúb wuúbideodescriptive of movement of fish
wúúmmideoglittering (of red moon)Ngɔn epɛnɛ wúúmm.The moon is shining red.
wuuŋŋideoglittering (of red moon)